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Book of the Weeks 5/22-6/4/2017: “Oryx and Crake”

by Margaret Atwood When I was fifteen, I dropped out of high school. I did it for a number of reasons; high school sucks, everyone knows that. But the biggest reason, the crucible factor, was methamphetamine. I had begun to … Continue reading

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Book of the Weeks: 5/8-5/21/2017 “Steering The Craft”

Book of the Weeks 5/8-5/21/2017 “Steering The Craft” by Ursula K. Le Guin Happy Monday! Do you grumble at that sentiment? Are Mondays grueling, groggy days┬áduring which you are forced to drag yourself through the workday while shaking off weekend … Continue reading

Book of the Weeks: 4/24-5/7/2017: “Shade’s Children”

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Book of the Weeks 4/10-4/23/17: “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”

Ahhhhhhh….and we’re back to fiction. I love fiction. One of my daughters is in the hospital with pneumonia right now, poor chicki. She is on the mend, though, so don’t worry. In fact, I expect that she will be out … Continue reading

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Book of the Weeks 3/27-4/9/2017: The Body Keeps The Score

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Book Of The Weeks 3/13/17-3/26/17: ‘Fig’ by Sarah Schantz

This is the first installment of, yes, that’s right, another new segment: Book Of The Weeks. And yes, that ‘s’ is intentional. Book Of The Weeks is a biweekly book review by yours truly. But but but how does this … Continue reading